I know I’ve already blogged about hero worship and why it’s problematic but due to recent events, I feel that it needs to be brought up again. Honestly, I’ll probably be speaking about this topic until the day I die.
I’ve discussed Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie and his problematic behaviour, I’ve discussed Ian Watkins and how he conned underage female fans into sleeping with him and letting him abuse their children.
I haven’t watched the Oscars in a couple of years so I decided to do so last night. Overall, it was fun. Frozen won best animated feature and best song, Idina Menzel did an outstanding performance of Let It Go from the film, Pharrell performed his song Happy from Despicable Me 2, adorned in his familiar brand of hat (I’m obsessed with his hats, fo’ real).
Newcomer actress, Lupita Nyong’o won best supporting actress for her performance in 12 Years A Slave (which won best picture) and gave a speech that almost brought me to tears ("When I look down at this golden statue, may it remind me and every little child, that no matter where you are from, your dreams are valid”).
There was one win that people were hooked on… Jared Leto’s win for best supporting actor. But did he honestly deserve the win?
Valentine’s Day is coming up and dragging everyone through a day filled with red and pink and mushy displays of love and affection. For us single ladies, this day can be seen as a nightmare. We re-name the day Single’s Awareness Day and joke about spending the night on the couch in our pajamas, gorging on a carton of Ben & Jerry’s.
We frown at the happy couples and call the day a “Hallmark holiday,” a day that purely exists to result in big sales of roses and chocolate for stores and corporations. I mean, why only celebrate the love for your significant other one day when you should be celebrating it every day, right?
Promoter Damon Feldman is putting together a celebrity boxing match set to take place March 1 and the “celebrity” involved in the match is George Zimmerman.
You remember George Zimmerman, right? Zimmerman’s the guy who murdered Trayvon Martin, a defenseless 17-year-old, in cold blood back in 2012. How he followed this teenager who was only armed with a bag of skittles and a can of juice.